I got this error a few weeks back and possibly posted how to fix it.
search the archive, or have a look at where Apache loads its' modules
and make sure mod_php is in there...
ah.. I remember, configure php with "--with-mysql=DIR" where DIR is the
dir where mysql is installed.
I think, it's mysql or one of the other packages. This problem is def.
solved at the ./configure stage though.
Anton Mc Kee wrote:
>> Hello all,
> I just installed RH6.1 and it came with Apache 1.3.9 so I thought yahoo!
> Now PHP3 does not come with mysql support built in nor ldap or imap etc etc
> so I downloaded 3.14 and 3.15. and then 3.13
> Now in the 3.15 (PHP) the file INSTALL.REDHAT says that RH (as usual) made
> a boo boo by not including the proper apache-devel rpm. however it then
> goes on to tell you how to fix it. So I did. So cool enough. I then ran
> configure as follows:
>> ./configure --with-apxs=/usr/sbin/apxs --with-mysql --with-imap --with-xml
>> And go no errors on the configure.
> Then I ran make and make install with no errors.
>> So I edited my httpd.conf file to make sure everything was in working order
> and checked the permissions. All well.
> The I restarted the server but it just starts up and then dies a horrible
> death. There is nothing in the error logs and i am getting quite fustrated
> trying to figure this out. The same happens when I use 3.14 and 3.13.
>> The only message i get is when I check the status of Apache. it says:
>> httpd dead but subsys locked.
>> Can anyone help at all I am wondering.
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